Want to help shape the world? Then civil engineering is for you!
Civil engineering technicians and technologists design, construct, manage and maintain civil works and structures, such as roads, bridges, dams, buildings, and water and sewerage systems.
- One semester full-time
- Level 3
- Starts July
- Apply now
Now you can start your journey to becoming an engineering technician no matter what your academic background! Successful completion of this programme will give you a New Zealand Certificate in Study and Career Preparation (Level 3) and enable entry into our New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil, Mechanical or Electrical).
- Two years full-time; part-time options
- Level 6
- Starts February and July
- Apply now
Develop a sound knowledge, understanding and practical appreciation of civil engineering processes and theory, and an ability to apply your learning in a practical and innovative way. Plus, this programme is free for domestic students due to the Government's Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF) (although you'll need to pay for any additional course-related and living costs).
- Three years full-time; part-time options
- Level 7
- Starts February and July (part-time)
- Apply - register your interest in our next intakes
Become an engineering technologist! Learn engineering theory and the applied and practical skills required to work in a wide range of industries, and gain a deep understanding of your area of specialisation through an industry-based project. Mechanical, Civil and Electrical specialties available.
- Offered from the Otago Polytechnic Dunedin Campus and studied alongside employment
- 2-5 years depending on your entry route into the programme
- Level 7
- Starts - Flexible
- Apply anytime
A first in New Zealand, this apprenticeship degree has been developed with industry to combat the looming skills shortage in the area of Infrastructure Asset Management. Offered in partnership with Weltec, you’ll gain experience in industry projects within your chosen specialty – Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. Aimed at all levels of experience, the beauty of this pathway is that you will learn by doing and will develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills related to a real-world environment. A whole host of career options await graduates of this programme – the industry is taking a proactive approach to safeguard New Zealand's infrastructure and you can be part of the solution!
- 18 months full-time
- Level 9
- Starts February 2021
- Apply by 31 January
Want to develop the ability to provide design and design-led strategy expertise within an organisation or enterprise? Engage in industry-based research tailored to suit your particular needs.